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If you are starting a career in journalism, it goes without saying that you should be building up a portfolio of your work. But with more and more content being posted online, it is time to ditch the paper cuttings and showcase your work on a website of your own.

Creating a website can be a daunting prospect, but it does not have to be, and it does not have to cost you a fortune either!

Jack Dearlove from JournoResources has some great tips to set you on the right track for the least money possible.

"A personal portfolio site is generally a good call," he writes.

"It allows you to showcase your best work while cutting out the mundane bits of Twitter, especially if you published them a while ago. Oh, and the good news is, they're easier to build than ever."

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